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Old 06-01-2018, 12:15 PM   #1
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City: Bethesda, MD
Vessel Name: Solstice
Vessel Model: Grand Banks 47 Eastbay FB
Join Date: Feb 2018
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Door weatherstripping?

The starboard and aft doors on the cabin of my Eastbay 47 are in need of replacement. It's a triangular bit of weatherstripping attached by adhesive to the jambs. It's stamped "QLON" ever foot or so. It's not just plain rubber or foam, it has a coating on it. I don't have to use the same stuff, of course, but wouldn't mind finding it if possible. Q-Lon has a whole range of types, I'm not sure which is being used here.

It's vaguely triangular in shape. That is, squared against the sides facing the jamb, with a sloped where it meets the sliding aft door.
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2005 Eastbay 47 FB - Solstice, w/Highfield CL360 tender
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